Chamber Charity of the Year
Back our charity drive
Throughout 2017 we've committed to giving 100 hours to help charity members.
TOTAL HOURS TO DATE: 70
Here's how we're getting on:
Sadie and Karen supported EACH at the Cambridge Fireworks on Midsummer Common.
Joy helped Maggie Wallace at their Culture Crawl event in Cambridge.
Sadie and Paul complete a bucket shake for Addenbrookes, John and Michelle were involved with Bridge the Gap for Arthur Rank and Romsey Mill while Bren spent time with Carers Trust Cambridgeshire.
July / August 2017
Daphne spent a morning with Arthur Rank Hospice getting packs together for the Bubble Rush event while Jenni and Helen supported Anna's Hope when they became Queensgate's Charity of the Year.
Michelle attended Bridge the Gap planning meetings to benefit Romsey Mill and Arthur Rank Hospice.
Sadie is helping Anna's Hope to promote the Great Eastern Run to local football teams to encourage them to postpone matches on that day and take part in the fun run.
Helen went bag packing in Sainsburys for Anna's Hope while Michelle joined the committee for Bridge the Gap 2017 that benefits Arthur Rank Hospice and Romsey Mill.
Michelle helped at the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity afternoon tea held at Quy Mill Hotel.
Sadie spent some of her charitable hours visiting Maggie Wallace Cancer Care to find out more about the charity based on the Addenbrooke's site in Cambridge.
Hilary and Sadie supported East Anglian Air Ambulance with a bucket collection at Tesco Bar Hill.
Bren spent a morning with PECT planting trees. Helen donned her fairy outfit at the Queensgate Bucket Shake in aid of Anna's Hope. Jenni took part in Sleep Easy where more than 35 people slept rough at Peterborough Cathedral to raise funds for YMCA Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.